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  • Air pollution in KC in 60s, and a polluted stream All linked to our water supplies and uses.Overall ecological disasters like DDT and eagles, Love canal, Times beach here in Missouri
  • No one area (civil, geological, chemical engineering) can cover all the areas that encompass “Environmental Engineering” as it is now known. So degree programs have begun to appear. This is more important as our ability to pollute our environment has grown to global proportion (ozone hole, Global warming?)Photos of a polluted discharge to a stream, a water treatment plant that results in safe drinking water.
  • The Missouri S&T chapter of Engineers Without Borders, founded in April, 2005, was the first EWB student chapter in Missouri. EWB-S&T works through Engineers Without Borders-USA and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) to improve the quality of life in developing communities while training internationally-responsible engineering students. EWB-Missouri S&T specializes in the implementation of equitable and environmentally- and economically-sustainable engineering projects. Since 2006 the team has worked on infrastructure projects in Bolivia, Honduras, and Guatemala, many involving sanitation and clean water. EWB trips to ensure the ongoing success of past projects, and identify future opportunities to help other people. Students need many skills to make EWB-S&T programs successful, and they accept all academic disciplines. Understanding the non-engineering components of local needs is often more complicated than the engineering aspects themselves. It is EWB's goal to instill this reality in all participating students.
  • CArE open house presentation 2011_rv2

    1. 1. Welcome
    2. 2. Our MissionIntegrate education and research to create and conveyknowledge to solve problems for our state and thetechnological world.
    3. 3. Butler-Carlton Building• Bigger, up-to-date classrooms• More student space (atrium)• State-of-the-art technology
    4. 4. Overview of Programs• Civil Engineering - Oldest Program on Campus• Architectural Engineering - First Graduate May 2004 ALL Programs• Environmental Engineering Accredited - First Graduate December 2005
    5. 5. Civil EngineeringEgyptian pyramids Great Wall of China Roman Aqueducts Engineering for Civilization
    6. 6. What do Civil Engineers do?• Structures• Environmental• Transportation• Geotechnical• Construction• Materials• Water Resources
    7. 7. Civilization and InfrastructureThe sub-disciplines combine in things we ALL use andare often public owned or shared:• Buildings• Streets and Roads• Water Supply and Distribution• Airports• Bridges• Flood Protection …
    8. 8. Is Civil Engineering a good fit for YOU?• Are you interested in large infrastructure projects that improve society?• Do you enjoy being part of an interdisciplinary team?• Do you like to see the results of your labor? (building, bridge, canal, etc.)
    9. 9. Architectural Engineering Sydney Opera House Engineering a more aesthetic future for the world!
    10. 10. What is Architectural Engineering?• Any engineering applied toa building project that eitherenables or enhances theintended use of the facility• All engineering designthat falls within the building“envelope” falls within thecategory of architecturalengineering
    11. 11. What’s the difference between an Architectural Engineer and an Architect?• Architectural Engineer - responsible for the design of theengineering systems in a building including the structural system,HVAC, plumbing, power distribution, acoustics, and illuminationas well as the construction of the building.Registered Professional Engineer (PE)• Architect - responsible for the aesthetics or the appearance ofthe building and the floor plan/layout.Registered Architect (AIA)
    12. 12. Emphasis Areas (Architectural Engineering)• Structural Engineering - framing, supports, walls, floors, ceilings• Mechanical Engineering - acoustics, heating, ventilation and air conditioning• Electrical Engineering - lighting - power• Construction Materials Engineering - building material selection• Construction Management - execution of construction documents and specifications - design/build oriented firms
    13. 13. Is Architectural Engineering a good fit for YOU?• Are you comfortable with math and physical science?• Are you curious and do you have a creative side?• Do you value independence and responsibility?• Do you want to make a world of difference through the useful application of science?
    14. 14. Environmental Engineering Optimizing the balance of man’s development and the impact on our global and local environment
    15. 15. Before and After “Environmental Engineering” Before After The Great London Smog Lasted for five days and resulted in about 4,000 deaths Cuyahoga River, Ohio Caught fire 15 times Cuyahoga
    16. 16. What is Environmental Engineering?• Water supply and treatment• Air pollution control• Wastewater treatment• Hazardous waste remediation and management• Solid waste disposal• Public health• Policy and law
    17. 17. Why isEnvironmentalEngineeringimportant?Environmental Engineering:discipline needs broad knowledge in manyareas that were previously not covered inany one field.
    18. 18. Is Environmental Engineering a good fit for YOU?• Do you have interest in the environment?• Do you like large scale challenges?• Are you comfortable with interdisciplinary issues?
    19. 19. Job Outlook for Environmental EngineersEnvironmental engineers are expected to have employmentgrowth of 31 percent over the projections decade,much faster than the average for all occupations. Moreenvironmental engineers will be needed to help companiescomply with environmental regulations and to developmethods of cleaning up environmental hazards.Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition,Engineers, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos027.htm
    20. 20. Jobs, jobs, jobs Where do Civil, Architecturalor Environmental graduates work?
    21. 21. A Variety of Options• Large cities (national and international)• Small towns and rural settings – Consulting Firms – State Agencies (DOT, DNR, Public Works) – Federal (EPA, Army Corps, USGS) – Cities, Counties, Urban Planning – Industry – Construction FirmsOur workplaces are diverse! Michael Lancey, ArchE’06
    22. 22. Job Market• Average Undergraduate Starting Salaries 2010-11 - Range between $49,806 and $55,616• Top Hiring Employers - Accenture, ARCO Construction, Black & Veatch, Boeing, Burns & McDonnell, Clayco, Doe Run, ExxonMobil, HNTB, Kiewit, Nucor, Sandia, Union Pacific Railroad, U.S. Corps of Engineers• Top Hiring States - Missouri, Texas, Kansas, Illinois and Arkansas
    23. 23. TOP 100 Best Jobs in AmericaMoney and PayScale.comrate the top 100 careerswith great pay andgrowth prospects#5. Environmental Engineer#6. Civil Engineerhttp://money.cnn.com
    24. 24. Job Growth31%5. Environmental Engineer24%12. Project Engineer13. Civil Engineer14. Structural Engineer15. Transportation Engineer
    25. 25. Civil, Architectural and Environmental(CArE) Engineering: The place to be! • Our graduates work on cool projects • CArE graduates are everywhere • We have lots of scholarships • Employers love us • CArE graduates make big bucks • Our students know how to build stuff • Many opportunities to get practical experience • Great facilities
    26. 26. Our students are in high demand711 different employers recruited at the Career Fair
    27. 27. Co-ops and Internships • Many opportunities in all areas; mostly from alumni in the field. • Numerous chances for training during Internships and Co-ops. • Helps to get practical training, job contacts, $$ and experienceSondra (Terry) Rotty, ArchE’04, MS EMgt’08, of what you’ll be doing as a career.had an internship with the city of St. Louis, doingsewer calculations.
    28. 28. Department Scholarships• Approximately 120 scholarships• Over $150,000 per year - Anyone with a GPA>2.9 needs to fill out an application• Our alumni are very supportive; they are happy with their Preston Carney, CE’02, MS CE’03, (left) with a few S&T student ambassadors in education and careers the atrium of Butler-Carlton Civil Engineering Hall.
    29. 29. Department Student Organizations Several Organization Student Groups: matching programs and CE sub-disciplines • American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) • American Concrete Institute (ACI) • Association of General Contractors (AGC) • Architectural Engineer Institute (AEI) • Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) • Water Environment Federation (WEF) • Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) • Chi Epsilon Honor Society (invitation only) • Engineers Without Borders (EWB)
    30. 30. Design Teams• Steel Bridge• Concrete Canoe• Solar House• Timber Bridge Steel Bridge Team• Water Environment Federation• PCI Big Beam Competition• American Concrete Institute Learn More design.mst.edu Concrete Canoe Team
    31. 31. Solar VillageOur Campus has FOUR Solar HousesThe houses are used for teaching, outreach opportunities, student competitions,research, and housing for students and faculty.
    32. 32. Engineers without Borders (EWB) FIRST EWB student chapter in Missouri
    33. 33. Bolivia, Guatemala and HondurasS&T’s EWB chapter has made more than 20 trips,helping to provide sanitation and access to clean Learn Morewater for communities in developing countries. www.ewb-mst.org
    34. 34. Invest in your future And we will, tooDepartment of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
    35. 35. We are here to helpFor more information contact:Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering Department211 Butler-Carlton HallProgram coordinators:Dr. Ronaldo Luna, Civil EngineeringDr. Stuart Baur, Architectural EngineeringDr. Mark Fitch, Environmental EngineeringPhone: 573-341-4461 or 573-341-4464Email: civil@mst.eduWebsite: civil.mst.edu
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